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					  The Nature

         Sivashanmugam




Intellectual Development Foundation
What is my nature?
Divisibility
  I have divisibility and I can be divided into the
  parts which comprise me.
  • What are my parts?

Comparability
  I have the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, I have comparability.
  • Who/What is comparable to me?

Connectivity
  I have connectivity and I am connected to those
                                                       All the laws of nature are
  from which I can be separated.                           discoverable in me!
  • Who/What is connected by me?


Sensitivity
  I have sensitivity and I am sensitive to things which can affect me.
  • Who/What can affect me?

Transformability
  I have transformability and I can be transformed.
  •What are my forms?

Substitutability
  I have substitutability and I can be substituted by those who/which qualify to
  substitute me.
  •What/Who can substitute me?

Satisfiability
  I have satisfiability and I can satisfy those who/which need me.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by me?

              The laws of nature are universal
          You will find them everywhere in everything
What is the nature of apple fruit?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
                                                           All the laws of nature are
  • What is comparable to it?
                                                          discoverable in apple fruit!

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of apricot?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
                                                          All the laws of nature are
  • What is comparable to it?                              discoverable in apricot!


Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of banana fruit?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.                    All the laws of nature are
  • What is comparable to it?                              discoverable in banana
                                                                     fruit!

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of DNA?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?
                                                          All the laws of nature are
Connectivity                                                discoverable in DNA!
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to
  those from which it can be separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of gooseberry?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others          All the laws of nature
  have, that is, it has comparability.                       are discoverable in
  • What is comparable to it?                                     gooseberry!


Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of brain?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to
  those from which it can be separated.          All the laws of nature are
  • What is connected by it?                       discoverable in brain!


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of guava fruit?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?
                                                            All the laws of nature
                                                          are discoverable in guava
Connectivity
                                                                     fruit!
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to
  those from which it can be separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of atom?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?
                                                          All the laws of nature are
                                                            discoverable in atom!
Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of jackfruit?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.                    All the laws of nature are
  • What is comparable to it?                             discoverable in jackfruit!


Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of cell?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
                                                          All the laws of nature are
  • What is comparable to it?
                                                             discoverable in cell!

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of lemon fruit?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
                                                          All the laws of nature are
  • What is comparable to it?                               discoverable in lemon
                                                                     fruit!
Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of book?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to          All the laws of nature are
  those from which it can be separated.                     discoverable in book!
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of mango fruit?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.                    All the laws of nature are
                                                           discoverable in mango
  • What is comparable to it?                                        fruit!

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of computer?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
                                                          All the laws of nature are
  • What is comparable to it?                                   discoverable in
                                                                   computer!
Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of orange fruit?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?

                                                          All the laws of nature are
Connectivity                                               discoverable in orange
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to                     fruit!
  those from which it can be separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of cake?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?
                                                          All the laws of nature are
                                                            discoverable in cake!
Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of pencil?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
                                                          All the laws of nature are
  • What is comparable to it?                              discoverable in pencil!

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of concept?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?
                                                          All the laws of nature are
                                                          discoverable in concept!
Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of flower?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.                    All the laws of nature are
  • What is comparable to it?                              discoverable in flower!


Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of history?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to
                                                          All the laws of nature are
  those from which it can be separated.                    discoverable in history!
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of potato?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
                                                          All the laws of nature are
  have, that is, it has comparability.
                                                           discoverable in potato!
  • What is comparable to it?

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of sentence?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?
                                                          All the laws of nature are
                                                          discoverable in sentence!
Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of word?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others        All the laws of nature are
  have, that is, it has comparability.                      discoverable in word!
  • What is comparable to it?

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of logic?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others        All the laws of nature are
  have, that is, it has comparability.                      discoverable in logic!
  • What is comparable to it?

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of bike?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?                             All the laws of nature are
                                                             discoverable in bike!
Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of papaya fruit?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.                    All the laws of nature are
  • What is comparable to it?                                   discoverable in
                                                                 papaya fruit!

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of car?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.                    All the laws of nature are
  • What is comparable to it?                                discoverable in car!


Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of pineapple?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to          All the laws of nature are
  those from which it can be separated.                         discoverable in
  • What is connected by it?                                       pineapple!


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of water?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?

                                                          All the laws of nature are
Connectivity                                               discoverable in water!
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to
  those from which it can be separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of love?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?
                                                          All the laws of nature are
Connectivity                                                 discoverable in love!
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to
  those from which it can be separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of strawberry?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?
                                                          All the laws of nature are
                                                                discoverable in
Connectivity                                                      strawberry!
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to
  those from which it can be separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of mind?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.                    All the laws of nature are
  • What is comparable to it?                               discoverable in mind!


Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of milk?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to
  those from which it can be separated.                   All the laws of nature are
  • What is connected by it?                                 discoverable in milk!


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of watermelon?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?
                                                          All the laws of nature are
Connectivity                                                    discoverable in
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to                 watermelon!
  those from which it can be separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of coconut?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
                                                          All the laws of nature are
  have, that is, it has comparability.
                                                          discoverable in coconut!
  • What is comparable to it?

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of groundnut?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
                                                          All the laws of nature are
  • What is comparable to it?                                   discoverable in
                                                                  groundnut!
Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of ship?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.                    All the laws of nature are
                                                             discoverable in ship!
  • What is comparable to it?

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of rock?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.                    All the laws of nature are
  • What is comparable to it?                                discoverable in rock!


Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of equation?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to          All the laws of nature are
  those from which it can be separated.                   discoverable in equation!

  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of Earth?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
                                                          All the laws of nature are
  It has the equivalents of those which the others         discoverable in Earth!
  have, that is, it has comparability.
  • What is comparable to it?

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to
  those from which it can be separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of earthworm?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.                    All the laws of nature are
  • What is comparable to it?                                   discoverable in
                                                                  earthworm!
Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of blood?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
                                                          All the laws of nature are
  • What is comparable to it?                               discoverable in blood!

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of Moon?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
                                                          All the laws of nature are
  • What is comparable to it?                              discoverable in Moon!

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is the nature of Sun?
Divisibility
  It has divisibility and it can be divided into its
  parts.
  • What are its parts?

Comparability
  It has the equivalents of those which the others
  have, that is, it has comparability.
                                                          All the laws of nature are
  • What is comparable to it?                                discoverable in Sun!

Connectivity
  It has connectivity and it can be connected to those from which it can be
  separated.
  • What is connected by it?


Sensitivity
  It has sensitivity and it is sensitive to things which can affect it.
  • What can affect it?

Transformability
  It has transformability and it can be transformed.
  •What are its forms?

Substitutability
  It has substitutability and it can be substituted by those which qualify to
  substitute it.
  •What can substitute it?

Satisfiability
  It has satisfiability and it can satisfy those which need it.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by it?


              The laws of nature are universal
What is your nature?
Divisibility
  You have divisibility and you can be divided into
  the parts which comprise you.
  • What are your parts?

Comparability
  You have the equivalents of those which the
  others have, that is, you have comparability.
  • Who/What is comparable to you?

Connectivity
  You have connectivity and you can be connected
  to those from which you can be separated.           All the laws of nature are
  • Who/What is connected by you?                        discoverable in you!


Sensitivity
  You have sensitivity and you are sensitive to things which can affect you.
  • Who/What can affect you?

Transformability
  You have transformability and you can be transformed.
  •What are your forms?

Substitutability
  You have substitutability and you can be substituted by those who/which
  qualify to substitute you.
  •Who/What can substitute you?

Satisfiability
  You have satisfiability and you can satisfy those who/which need you.
  •Who/What will be satisfied by you?


              The laws of nature are universal
 The laws of nature are universal
You will find them everywhere in everything

   If you search for divisibility,
   you will find it everywhere in everything!


   If you search for comparability,
   you will find it everywhere in everything!


   If you search for connectivity,
   you will find it everywhere in everything!


   If you search for sensitivity,
   you will find it everywhere in everything!


   If you search for transformability,
   you will find it everywhere in everything!


   If you search for substitutability,
   you will find it everywhere in everything!


   If you search for satisfiability,
   you will find it everywhere in everything!
What is the relationship between nature and science?
Without the search for divisibility, science would not have found the divisibility
of atoms, molecules, ions, cells, organelles, tissues, organs, guilds, words, num-
bers, equations, instruments, and other entities!

Without the search for comparability, science would not have found the com-
parability of atoms, molecules, ions, cells, organelles, tissues, organs, guilds,
words, numbers, equations, instruments, and other entities!

Without the search for connectivity, science would not have found the connec-
tivity of atoms, molecules, ions, cells, organelles, tissues, organs, guilds, words,
numbers, equations, instruments, and other entities!

Without the search for sensitivity, science would not have found the sensitivity
of atoms, molecules, ions, cells, organelles, tissues, organs, guilds, words, num-
bers, equations, instruments, and other entities!

Without the search for transformability, science would not have found the trans-
formability of atoms, molecules, ions, cells, organelles, tissues, organs, guilds,
words, numbers, equations, instruments, and other entities!

Without the search for substitutability, science would not have found the sub-
stitutability of atoms, molecules, ions, cells, organelles, tissues, organs, guilds,
words, numbers, equations, instruments, and other entities!

Without the search for satisfiability, science would not have found the condi-
tions which could be satisfied by atoms, molecules, ions, cells, organelles, tis-
sues, organs, guilds, words, numbers, equations, instruments, and other entities!

Science constantly searches, researches and tests the universality of laws of
nature everywhere in everything. The laws of nature form the very foundation
for human knowledge. The laws of nature are universal and they will continue
to exist until the universe becomes nothing. No knowledge is permanent in the
absence of the laws of nature.

What will you do if nothing has divisibility, comparability, connectivity, sensitiv-
ity, transformability, substitutability, and satisfiability?

What would your knowledge be if nothing has divisibility, comparability, connec-
tivity, sensitivity, transformability, substitutability, and satisfiability?

Anything which the laws of nature exclude will never be the knowledge of any-
one!
                Oh, beloved fellow men and women,
         The laws of nature are universal
       You will find them everywhere in everything
                       Refute this if you can,
                        or else declare that
you neither know the laws of nature nor know the nature of anything!

				
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